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Once again, Lithuania has yet to receive replies from Russia as to concerns about possible impact on Natura 2000 sites and the ecosystem of the River Nemunas lowland and the Curonian Lagoon.
More specifically, it's the Curonian Spit, a strip of land 60 miles long made up of huge forestcovered sand dunes with the Baltic Sea on one side and a massive freshwater lagoon on the other.
(2009) Neteisetos statybq pletros tyrimas Kursiu nerijos nacionaliniame parke (Investigation into expansion of illegal construction in the national park of curonian spit), Business:Theory and Practice, 10(3), pp.
His scientific interests cover the history of navigation and ship-building, cultural, technological and economical influence of these fields on the development of ports (regions), traditional ships of the Curonian lagoon, their restoration and replicas and scientific expeditions.
Klaipeda, with some lovely old town aspects, is the gateway to peaceful forests and beautiful seaside villages, crowded with brightly-coloured wooden houses, dotted along the Curonian Spit, dividing the sea from a huge lagoon.
To my left I could look along the 30-mile route winding between forests and sand that we had taken to reach this stunning spot on the Curonian Spit - a pencilthin sliver of sand and trees that lies off the Lithuanian coast and goes on for miles.
To my left I could look along the 30-mile route winding between forests and sand that we had taken to reach this stunning spot on the Curonian Spit - a pencil-thin sliver of sand and trees that lies off the Lithuanian coast and goes on for miles and miles and miles.
To my left I could look along the 30-mile route winding between forests and sand that we had taken to reach this stunning spot on the Curonian Spit, a pencil-thin sliver of sand and trees that lies off the Lithuanian coast and goes on for miles and miles and miles.
The nearest populations of both species are located in the Curonian Lagoon, Lithuania (Olenin & Leppakoski, 1999; Leppakoski et al., 2002b; Baltic Sea Alien Species Database, http://www.ku.lt/nemo/index.html, accessed 27/03/2006).
The most extensive and vivid episode from the historical part of Saxo's work is the one of an Estonian and Curonian naval expedition to the easternmost parts of the Danish kingdom.